Dr. Breen of North Carolina State University has been a long time user of our Nexus Copy Number software and we were pleased to learn of his application of his latest patent: a new, non-invasive method of diagnosing bladder cancer in dogs.
Our new version on NxClinical 3.0 offers something that no one else in this industry is currently offering which is uniting NGS and microarray data in one single database software system.
Users of Nexus Copy Number know that the software can analyze data from microarray and NGS to get copy number results. However, not everyone is aware that it can also load NGS sequence variants from a .vcf file and integrate them with the copy number events.
Our Nexus Copy Number software for years provided the ability to integrate sequence variants and gene expression results with copy number allowing identifications of genomic hotspots.
Learn more about the two methods for obtaining copy number results from NGS data in Nexus Copy Number, BAM ngCGH (matched) and BAM (pooled reference).
Here are a few frequently asked Q&A's from the webinar and white paper on ACMG standards and guidelines for CNV analysis.